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Earl Bamber

Personal Information

Nationality:
New Zealand
Date of Birth:
July 9, 1990
Place of Birth:
Wanganui, New Zealand
Place of Residence:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Family Status:
single
Height/Weight:
183 cm/74 kg
Hobbies:
mountain biking, karting, surfing
Internet:
www.earlbambermotorsport.com
Twitter:
@earlbamber

Sporting Career

2017
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st World Endurance Championship (LMP1, 4 wins, 5 podiums)
  • 1st 24h Le Mans (LMP1 overall)
2016
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st 12h Bathurst (Class B)
  • 1st Carrera Cup Asia (Shanghai)
  • 2nd 12h Sepang (overall classification)
  • 2nd FIA GT World Cup Race 1
  • 3rd 24h Daytona (GTLM)
  • 3rd 24h Sebring (GTLM)
  • 4th Tudor United SportsCar Championship (GTLM, 1 Win, 5 Podiums)
2015
  • Porsche Works Driver
  • 1st 24h Le Mans (LMP1 overall classification)
  • Tudor United SportsCar Championship (GTLM, 3 podiums)
2014
  • 1st Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Championship (8 wins, 10 podiums)
  • Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland Championship (2 wins)
  • 1st Porsche Mobile 1 Supercup (2 wins, 7 podiums)
  • 2nd Tudor United SportsCar Championship Petit Le Mans (GTLM)
2013
  • 1st Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Championship (4 wins, 8 podiums)
  • 1st Audi R8 LMS Cup Korea
2012
  • 1st World Time Attack Champion (Rear Wheel Drive class)
  • 3rd overall World Time Attack
2011
  • 10th overall World Time Attack
  • Superleague Formula Team New Zealand
2010
  • Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge New Zealand (1 podium)
  • Superleague Formula (2 wins)
  • Toyota Racing Series First Runner Up
  • 1st New Zealand Grand Prix
2009
  • GP2 Asia Series (1 podium)
  • Winner of the Presidents Scholarship
  • A1GP World Cup of Motorsport (3 podiums)
2008
  • International Champion Toyota Racing Series
  • Toyota Racing Series First Runner Up
  • Formula V6 Asia First Runner Up
  • Formula Master International (win at Imola)
2007
  • 7th Toyota Racing Series
2006
  • 1st Formula BMW Asia Championship (13 Podiums including 10 wins)
2005
  • 4th New Zealand Formula Ford Championship